Cookbook shelves, magazines, heck, practically the whole internet exists to sell you the prettiest, glossiest, most stylized version of food. And that’s awesome! Beautiful images and stories make us excited to get in the kitchen – but what happens when we get there?
We discover pretty quickly: nobody has a perfect kitchen and nobody is a perfect cook.
I’m here to share my kitchen adventures with you – to prove it’s ok to not get it right all the time, and, in the process, show you how to change the way you think about food so you can be a better, faster, more intuitive cook. In the grand scheme of things, it doesn’t matter if dinner is ready exactly at 6:00 (or even if dinner is edible: GrubHub exists, and so does PB&J). What matters is how you get there, and if you enjoyed yourself along the way.
I send out a newsletter every Friday filled with all the things I’ve been loving – articles from around the Web, recipes we’re still talking about, and maybe some ideas to get your weekend cooking off on the right foot.
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The Writer, Kitchen Manager, and, y’know, Everyone Else
A culinary degree and two years of professional experience has not stopped Jessi from making stupid mistakes – she just makes them more efficiently. She habitually reads cookbooks before bed, loses track of time on Wikipedia, and yells at cooking shows like dads watching football. Do not, under any circumstances, leave her unattended at a restaurant supply store.
Jessi loves bourbon, blue cheese, tomatoes, ice cream, and any recipe she hasn’t tried yet. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband Jackson, five plants, and more cookbooks than a 600 square foot studio should hold.
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